Atlanta Hawks Starting Lineup 2022 Hawks Starting Lineup

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The Atlanta Hawks starting lineup is headlined by their star point guard, Trae Young. He leads a young Hawks lineup that also has Kevin Huerter and De'Andre Hunter alongside him. One of the areas of strength for the Hawks is having Boganovic come off the bench. He will also occasionally draw a start. The frontcourt is made up of John Collins and Clint Capela, when healthy. You can get projected and confirmed starting lineups for the Atlanta Hawks here. Find their most common lineups used throughout the season and recent starting lineups.

Starting Lineup

POS NAME RATING G MIN PTS FGM FGA FG% 3PM 3PA 3P% DRB ORB TRB AST STL BLK FTM FTA FT% TOV PF
PG Trae Young T. Young
88
76 34.9 28.4 9.4 20.3 46% 3.1 8 38.2% 3.1 0.7 3.7 9.7 0.9 0.1 6.6 7.3 90.4% 4 1.7
SG Kevin Huerter K. Huerter
79
74 29.6 12.1 4.7 10.3 45.4% 2.2 5.6 38.9% 3 0.4 3.4 2.7 0.7 0.4 0.6 0.7 80.8% 1.2 2.5
SF De'Andre Hunter D. Hunter
82
53 29.7 13.4 4.8 10.8 44.2% 1.4 3.7 37.9% 2.8 0.5 3.3 1.3 0.7 0.4 2.4 3.1 76.5% 1.3 2.9
PF John Collins J. Collins
81
54 30.8 16.2 6.3 11.9 52.6% 1.2 3.3 36.4% 6.1 1.7 7.8 1.8 0.6 1 2.5 3.1 79.3% 1.1 3
C Clint Capela C. Capela
89
74 27.6 11.1 5 8.2 61.3% 0 0 0% 8.1 3.8 11.9 1.2 0.7 1.3 1.1 2.3 47.3% 0.6 2.2

Most Common Hawks Lineups

18 Games
PG: Trae Young
SG: Kevin Huerter
SF: De'Andre Hunter
PF: Danilo Gallinari
C: Clint Capela
13 Games
PG: Trae Young
SG: Bogdan Bogdanovic
SF: De'Andre Hunter
PF: John Collins
C: Clint Capela
12 Games
PG: Trae Young
SG: Kevin Huerter
SF: Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot
PF: John Collins
C: Clint Capela
11 Games
PG: Trae Young
SG: Kevin Huerter
SF: De'Andre Hunter
PF: John Collins
C: Clint Capela
9 Games
PG: Trae Young
SG: Bogdan Bogdanovic
SF: Kevin Huerter
PF: John Collins
C: Clint Capela
4 Games
PG: Trae Young
SG: Kevin Huerter
SF: Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot
PF: De'Andre Hunter
C: Clint Capela

2021-22 Recent Hawks Lineups

Game Result
04/26/22 at MIA L 94-97 PG: Trae Young SG: Kevin Huerter SF: De'Andre Hunter PF: John Collins C: Clint Capela
04/24/22 vs MIA L 86-110 PG: Trae Young SG: Kevin Huerter SF: De'Andre Hunter PF: John Collins C: Clint Capela
04/22/22 vs MIA W 111-110 PG: Trae Young SG: Kevin Huerter SF: De'Andre Hunter SF: Danilo Gallinari PF: John Collins
04/19/22 at MIA L 105-115 PG: Trae Young SG: Kevin Huerter SF: De'Andre Hunter SF: Danilo Gallinari PF: John Collins
04/17/22 at MIA L 91-115 PG: Trae Young SG: Kevin Huerter SF: Danilo Gallinari SF: De'Andre Hunter C: Onyeka Okongwu
04/15/22 at CLE W 107-101 PG: Trae Young SG: Kevin Huerter SF: Danilo Gallinari SF: De'Andre Hunter C: Clint Capela
04/13/22 vs CHA W 132-103 PG: Trae Young SG: Kevin Huerter SF: Danilo Gallinari SF: De'Andre Hunter C: Clint Capela
04/10/22 at HOU W 130-114 PG: Trae Young SG: Kevin Huerter SF: De'Andre Hunter SF: Danilo Gallinari C: Clint Capela
04/08/22 at MIA L 109-113 PG: Trae Young SG: Kevin Huerter SF: De'Andre Hunter SF: Danilo Gallinari C: Clint Capela
04/06/22 vs WAS W 118-103 PG: Trae Young SG: Kevin Huerter SF: Danilo Gallinari SF: De'Andre Hunter C: Clint Capela

Atlanta Hawks Starting Lineup Analysis

Atlanta has a spectacular young core featuring Trae Young, John Collins, Kevin Huerter, De’Andre Hunter, and Bogdanovic. Not to mention, Atlanta had one of the best drafts in 2021, as the Hawks drafted Jalen Johnson and Sharife Cooper. They should both see some minutes as backups for Collins and Young throughout the year. After an incredibly deep playoff run that saw the Hawks making it to the Conference Championship, Atlanta is poised to continue its strong surge in the East. Other important veterans to this Hawks team include Clint Capela, Danilo Gallinari, Bogdan Bogdanovic, and Lou Williams. While the Hawks did have an incredible run last year and are poised to be a contending team in the 2021-22 season, they still have some areas of improvement. They ranked 17th in effective field goal percentage and 18th in team shooting percentage.

The good news for Atlanta is that it has several impressive shooters and athletes like Capela and Collins who can convert at a high percentage around the rim. Capela finished 25th last year out of every player in the NBA with an eFG% (effective field goal percentage) of 59.6%, while Collins was even better as he finished 17th with an eFG% of 60.9%. The combination of guards that can shoot and defend and the frontcourt players who convert their shots at a high percentage is a recipe for success. The only direction for the Hawks is up.